Surnames starting with G

GORDON, Susannah (Marden)
New Hampshire Statesman
At Epsom, July 28th, Mrs. Susannah Gordon, aged 77, relict of Mr. Jeremiah Gordon. She had long been a member of the Congregational church in that town, and humble and consistent in her walk. With a calm and unwavering faith in her precious Redeemer, she met the summons which called her to her final home. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. Printers in Maine and Vermont are requested &c.

GOSS, Alice L. (Chapman)
Independent Statesman
In Chichester, Feb. 6, Mrs. Alice L. Goss, widow of the late Daniel Goss, formerly of Epsom, aged 91 years, 9 months.
6-11-1874 The Congregationalist In Chichester, N.H. Feb 6th, at the house of her son-in-law Isaiah Lane, Alice Locke Goss, relict of the late Daniel Goss of Epsom, aged 91 yrs, 9 mos., 6 dys. For sixty years had she lived a humble, earnest Christian life.

GOSS, Samuel
New Hampshire Statesman & Concord Register
In Epsom, Mr. Samuel Goss, aged 75

GOSS, Samuel
New Hampshire Statesman & State Journal
In Epsom, August 5th, very suddenly Mr. Samuel Goss aged 42 years

GOSS, William
Boston Daily Advertiser
William Goss, of Epsom, NH, died of pneumonia on Monday, aged 68 years. He was prominent in political circles, a representative to the legislature, and had held many town offices. He was instrumental in building the town of Gossville, which was named in his honor. He left a large landed estate.

GRANT, Betsey (Phelps)
Independent Statesman
In Albany, Vt., April 2, at the residency of her brother Seth Phelps, Esq., Mrs. Betsey Phelps Grant, widow of the late John Grant of Epsom, in this county, aged 91 years and nearly 10 months.
She was born in Pembroke, June 13, 1788, the oldest daughter of Joshua and Hannah (Fowler) Phelps, and on her mother's side of the sixth generation in descent from Philip Fowler of Marlborough, in the county of Wiltshire, England, who came to America in 1634 and settled at Ipswich, Mass., in 1635. She was a most amiable woman, and retained full possession of her faculties until the last.

GRANT, Hannah (Babb)
New Hampshire Statesman
At Epsom, Aug. 2nd, Mrs. Hannah Grant, wife of Simon Grant aged 72 years.

New Hampshire Statesman
In Epsom, Aug. 24, Mr. John Grant, aged 83 years and 10 months

GRAY, James
Repertory & General Advertiser
At Amelia Island, Mr. James Gray, just 24, of Epsom, N.H.

GRAY, John
NH Gazette (probably)
Portsmouth, December 17. On Monday last, the son of Major James Gray, of Epsom, about 16 years old, in attempting to lead a very unruly horse of his father's to water, made the end of the halter fast about his wrist, the horse in prancing hove him down and ran away with him, dragged him over a four broad fence and through the field, until the halter broke. The family supposed the young man had gone to spend the evening with his relations, were unconcerned about him until the next morning, when to their great surprise, they found blood on the fence where the horse had dragged the young man over, then, following the blood, after sometime found him at a considerable distance alive, but perfectly helpless and senseless; his life is despaired of, as it is supposed that most of his bones were broken.

GRAY, Moses Parsons
New Hampshire Statesman
In Epsom, Nov. 8, Capt. Moses Parsons Gray, aged 79

GRAY, Mrs. Susanna (Parsons)
Boston Commercial Gazette
At Epsom, Mrs. Susannah Gray, aged 73 - she was sister to the late Chief Justice Parsons, of Mass.

GREEN, Dea. Eaton
Mirror and Farmer
SUDDEN DEATH - Dea. Eaton Green of Andover (MA) fell and instantly died at the barn of W. Phillips Foster, on Tuesday morning. He was 68 years of age, and was a very worth man. The cause of his death was undoubtedly the heart disease. His father Jabez Green, died in a similar manner at Epsom, NH about twenty years since.

GRIFFIN, Charles Henry
New Hampshire Statesman
In North Leverett, Mass., Oct. 15, Mr. Charles Henry Griffin of Epsom, this state, and a student in Dartmouth College
The Congregationalist 11-4-1859 North Leverett 15th inst, where he was teaching school, C.H. Griffin, 23, of Epsom, NH, a member of Dartmouth College.

September 6, 1934
Paper unknown
Epsom, NH, Sept. 8 (1934) - John W. Griffin died at his home in Epsom, NH Center on Thursday evening Sept. 6. Mr. Griffin had been in failing health for some time, He was born in Roxbury, Mass., on Nov. 2, 1854; and was the son of Jacob Eastman Griffin and Mary Henry Griffin. Mr. Griffin's father and grandfather were both born in Northwood.
The greater part of his life was spent in Massachusetts; his home was in Hyde Park, before he moved to Epsom and bought the estate in Epsom center where he made his home for the past twenty years. After moving to Epsom he served as selectman in that town. For a long term of years he was cemetery trustee and trustee of trust funds for the town; and also served a number of terms as trustee of the Epsom Public Library in which he was actively interested. The survivors are the widow, Mrs. Flora C. Griffin, one son Trescott Griffin of Brighton, Mass., and a daughter, Miss Elsa Atwood Griffin of Springfield, Mass. Funeral services will be held at the home on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 9, with Ralph T. Osborn, pastor of the Epsom, NH Baptist church as clergyman. Bearers were John W. Cox, Hollis Hall, Harry Silver, William H. Knowles, George H. Yeaton and Walter H. Quimby. Burial was in the family lot in McClary cemetery, Epsom center.